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  2. Parts of the group's recordings have surfaced as CDs, but these have generally been of low quality and limited availability. In a recording of one of their live performances was issued as Hedgehog Pie Live (). Revival. In , Dave Burland, Mick Doonan and Jed Grimes reformed Hedgehog Pie.
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  4. HEDGEHOG PIE Hedgehog Pie (Rare Electric Folk UK track LP on Rubber Records starring Martin Jenkins of Dando Shaft housed in a fully textured picture sleeve. The cover shows only the very lightest of shelf wear & the vinyl is excellentwith little evidence of play RUB)5/5(1).
  5. Hedgehog Pie. Formed in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England in , this loose collective of musicians (“just about everyone south of the River Tyne has been in Hedgehog Pie” was stated by LINDISFARNE’s Ray Laidlaw at the time) featured members of The Doonan Family Band: flautist Michael Doonan and bassist Phil Murray; others were guitarist Jed Grimes, Stu Luckley (guitar, bass) and his singer.
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  7. They recruited ex-Swan Arcade guitarist/vocalist Dave Burland to the fold, and decided to retain the name Hedgehog Pie. The resulting LP, JUST ACT NORMAL (RUB ), engineered by Micky Sweeney, and produced by Geoff Heslop, appeared in Gone .
  8. Aug 18,  · Hedgehog Pie were an electric folk group from the north-east of England, formed in The origins of Hedgehog Pie were in a loose collection of folk musicians in Newcastle-upon-Tyne from By it had solidified into two members of the Doonan Family Band, Mick Doonan (flute) and Phil Murray (bass), together with Jed Grimes (guitar) and.

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